The Garmin Delta XC handheld device from Garmin, with proven Tri-Tronics® technology, gives the pet owner and serious dog trainers more control with more simplicity. The handheld controller offers the ability to control up to 3 dogs (dog devices sold separately) and quickly change between them. The unit is powered by a long lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It gives you 18 levels of continuous stimulation, 18 levels of momentary stimulation, plus tone and vibration, in 3 correction configurations, from up to 1/2 mile (0.8 km) away. Delta XC is ergonomically-designed to require only 1 hand to operate the 3 front “action” buttons for stimulation, tone and/or vibration. Side buttons and the LCD let the trainer or pet owner switch easily between training configurations and different dogs being trained. It weighs only 3.7 ounces (0.1 kg), and like all Garmin outdoor products, Delta XC is designed to be effective and rugged, qualifying for an IPX7 water resistance rating (withstands incidental exposure of water of up a depth of 3.2 feet (1 meter) for up to 30 minutes).
DELTA XC HANDHELD DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS:
Battery Rechargeable, replaceable lithium-ion (about 60 hours typical use with a full charge). Charging temperature range: 32 degrees F (0 CELCIUS) to 104 degrees F (40 CELCIUS). Charging time for a fully depleted battery: about 2 hours.
Range: 1/2 mile (0.8 km)
18 Intensity Levels, which increase stimulation sequentially from 1 to 18.
Several Training Modes: different combinations of MOMENTARY stimulation (applies a brief stimulation when you press the training key, regardless of how long the key is depressed), CONTIUNOUS stimulation (applies stimulation the entire time you hold the training key in, up to 8 seconds), TONE (an audible tone for the dog to hear the entire time you hold the key in, up to 8 seconds), and VIBRATION (applies vibration instead of stimulation the entire time you hold the training key in, up to 8 seconds).
The Delta XC handheld has an IPX7 water rating meaning that is water resistant up to 3 feet (1 meter) of water for up to 30 minutes and also floats.
What is the difference between the Garmin Delta XC and the Garmin Delta handhelds?
There is no difference between the original Delta and Delta XC handhelds. The difference between these two comes from the collar. The upgraded collar that allows for contact points to be exchanged. “XC” stands for “Exchangeable Contacts”. Before the XC system the contact points were fixed into the receiver’s body.
What training modes does the Garmin Delta XC have?
The Delta XC has three different training modes: static stimulation, tone, and vibration. The static stimulation is also available in momentary or continuous modes.
Lion Country Supply is proud we are now accepting trade-ins on Tri-Tronics and Garmin E-Collar systems, extra collars, and handhelds. The trade-in value you receive will be used towards the purchase of a brand new Garmin, SportDOG, DT Systems, or Dogtra system through Lion Country Supply. We will be accepting both working AND non-working electronics. Please include chargers and accessories if available. More information on the trade in program see, LCS Trade-In Program.
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SportDOG has just announced the release of two new e-collar systems. These two systems will be the first e-collars to introduce dog biometrics into an e-collar platform. Using SportDOG’s BodyGuard technology, the receiver will take readings on key biometrics of your dog and alert the handler if those metrics get out of a safety zone.
Lion Country Supply will be holding our annual Bird Dog Days event this year on August 25th and 26th. This year, Lion Country Supply is going to make some changes to our Bird Dog Days event. Friday will have in-store specials, e-collar software updating, and trade-in specials. Saturday we will be holding a Chukar Challenge.
Dehydration in dogs occurs when the loss of water in a dog’s body exceeds the amount of intake. Dehydration is a spectrum that can range in severity from mild to severe. In serious cases of dehydration, dogs can suffer from collapse, organ failure, and even death. Severely dehydrated dogs require immediate emergency care from his or her veterinarian. If you suspect that your dog is severely dehydrated, contact the veterinarian right away.